+ 0 Integer Operations -. Integer Operations 1 . Positive and Negative Integers 2. A glance through any newspaper shows that many quantities 3. are expressed using negative numbers. For example, negative 4. numbers show below-zero temperatures.
0 Integer Operations
Guided Highlighted Reading – Integer Operations / Positive and Negative
Many words have more than one meaning. In line 1, highlight the word that means definite, clear, precise or more than 0.
Many words have more than one meaning. In line 1, highlight the word that means unpleasant, uncooperative, or less than 0.
In line 2, highlight the word that means an amount or number.
In line 10, highlight the word that means taken for granted, supposed.
In line 15, highlight the word that means across from or facing.
Integer Operations Positive and Negative
In lines 2 and 3, highlight what you might find in many newspapers.
In lines 3 and 4, highlight what negative numbers might show.
In line 5, highlight what are called positive integers.
In line 6, highlight what are called negative integers.
In line 9, highlight what the integer 0 would be.
In lines 9 and 10, highlight what a number that has no sign is assumed to be.
In line 15, highlight what integers can describe.
In lines 15 and 16, highlight what each integer has.
Integer Operations and Negative
In line 8, highlight the negative integer farthest from 0.
In line 8, highlight the positive integer farthest from 0.
In line 13, highlight what -3 means.
In line 13, highlight what +250 means.
In line 17, highlight what the opposite is of a gain of 5 pounds.
In line 18, highlight the opposite of -5.
In line 19, highlight what the opposite is of spending $3.
In line 23, highlight the opposite of 12.
In line 24, highlight the opposite of -4.
In line 26, highlight the opposite of 0.
Integer Operations Negative
On the lines on the back of your text sheet, write a 1-4 line summary explaining what you know about integer operations from what you’ve just finished reading and highlighting. You may refer back to the text.